Marvin Chernoff

Marvin Chernoff

Friday, March 9th, 1928 - Tuesday, March 24th, 2020
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Obituary

Marvin Chernoff, age 92. Beloved husband and best friend of Rita, nee Kischner. Loving father of Bari (Allen) Graber, Denise (Barry) Itzkowitz, Arlene Berger (partner Bill MacWilliams) and Jay (Jean) Chernoff. Poppa to Adam, Rachel, Matt, Sara, Lisa, Michael, Ben, Jessica, Hannah and Jake. Great-grandpa of 5. Lifelong Cubs fan and good friend to all. Marvin would never want to put anyone’s health at risk during this global health crisis. For this reason, the family made the difficult decision to ask for a private Memorial Service and will not be holding Shiva. Contributions in Marvin’s name may be made to the Leukemia and Lymphoma Society (donate.lls.org) and the JUF (juf.org). Info Mitzvah Memorial Funerals, 630-MITZVAH (630-648-9824), or www.mitzvahfunerals.com
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Marvin would never want to put anyone’s health at risk during this global health crisis. For this reason, the family made the difficult decision to ask for a private Memorial Service and will not be holding Shiva.

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SCOTT DAUER

Posted at 07:10pm
I was friends with Marv's son Jay and grew up near the chernoffs in jeffrey manor on chicago's south side in the mid sixties. Marv was one of the kindest men I have ever met. For me as a 6,7,8 yr old he was larger than life. Always had a smile and had a way of making you feel like one of his own kids. Always had a little time to throw a basebail around with Jay and his friends. Everyone who met Marv fell in love with him. My parents were very fond of Marv and Rita. He was so kind and genuine. When i think back of my early childhood I will have great memories of Marv. I can close my eyes and see him pulling up in his truck he used for work. My condolenses to Rita,Jay, Bari,Denise and Arlene. Sincerely Scott Dauer
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SCOTT DAUER

Posted at 06:43pm
I was friends with Marv's son Jay and grew up near the chernoffs in jeffrey manor on chicago's south side in the mid sixties. Marv was one of the kindest men I have ever met. For me as a 6,7,8 yr old he was larger than life. Always had a smile and had a way of making you feel like one of his own kids. Always had a little time to throw a basebail around with Jay and his friends. Everyone who met Marv fell in love with him. My parents were ery fond of Marv and Rita. He was so kind and genuine. When i think back of my early childhood I will have great memories of Marv. I can close my eyes and see him pulling up in his truck he used for work. My condolenses to Rita,Jay, Bari,Denise and Arlene. Sincerely Scott Dauer
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Diana Weinberger

Posted at 03:02pm
I knew Marvin and Rita through the book discussion group at the Niles Library. They are a lovely couple and always had interesting comments to back. Due to illness, they have not been participating recently but they have been missed. So sorry to read of Marvin's passing. My condolences to Rita and the family. Diana Weinberger
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